#AceNewsReport – Aug.22: After two days, Russian authorities allowed his transportation abroad after Navalny’s family, activists and international leaders appealed directly to President Vladimir Putin. Navalny will be treated at the Charite hospital in Berlin: Navalny, 44, fell ill on a plane returning to Moscow from the Siberian city of Tomsk on Thursday: He was in the city meeting local activists and opposition candidates ahead of regional elections in September, and Yarmysh said he’d only had a cup of tea that day before the flight. The aircraft made an emergency landing in another Siberian city, Omsk, where he was put on a ventilator:
Navalny Arrives in Germany for Medical Treatment after being in a coma since Thursday over suspected poisoning
During last two days there were conflicting reports about what could have caused his condition: Doctors at the Omsk hospital initially said they were investigating a possible poisoning but later said they found no evidence. His team also cited an unidentified police officer who told them that there was some toxin found: There was never official confirmation of a possible poisoning: Omsk’s hospital chief medic Alexander Murakhovsky said that Navalny is suffering from a metabolic disorder. On Friday another doctor said tests showed no traces of toxins, according to a video posted by Yarmysh: The case has drawn international attention. U.S. President Donald Trump said he’s looking into the situation, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a probe of the incident and French President Emmanuel Macron said he’s extremely concerned.
The Kremlin hasn’t done anything to hinder Navalny’s medical evacuation, Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in response to reporters’ questions Friday that followed on accusations from Navalny’s supporters: The ruble was among the weakest performers in emerging markets for a second day on Friday, breaching 75 versus the dollar for the first time in four months: While oil has weakened, domestic politics were also a factor in the move, Rosbank analyst Yury Tulinov said:
Navalny’s widely-viewed exposes about corruption in Putin’s inner circle have made him countless enemies over the years: He has a huge following on social media, with 2.2 million subscribers on Twitter alone, and his YouTube channel regularly posts investigations that have embarrassed top allies of Putin, such as former Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, for their lavish lifestyles.
Merkel, who discussed the situation with Macron on Thursday, said Germany will insist on finding out why the Kremlin critic collapsed into a coma. “We were shocked about the news of Navalny’s condition,” she said: Macron said France is also ready to provide assistance to Navalny and his family “in terms of health, asylum and protection.”
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